Gas prices are expected to soar this weekend in much of Canada, due to the fallout from hurricane Harvey’s assault on the Gulf Coast.
Analysts say the hikes will differ greatly by region, with prices in eastern Canada jumping by as much as nine cents per litre.
According to GasBuddy dot com, prices in Regina are already hitting the 109.9 mark.
Prices already jumped nearly 10 cents in some places since Harvey roared ashore in Texas a week ago.
Prices are expected to remain high until refineries resume normal operation, the timing of which is still unknown.